That is exactly why "Army" and "Navy" are put in quotes. It refers to the model.
If you read some of the original accounts you see repeated references to a "Navy six", which is a .36. The "army" caliber was .44.
Make certain that the sear return spring is functional.
Does that mean he runs away:rolleyes:
Absolutly gorgeous. Beautiful work, especially the rib.
Thanks, Zonie. I was hoping to gain by someone's experience, but the chart is helpful. I appeciate your time on this.:)
I did the exact thing with a cap lock one wet morning.:confused:
Look at the online "Track of the Wolf" catalog for chisels. Better yet, get print editon. You will find all kind of stuff that you didn't even...
Not true at all. Most quality locks deliver about 75-100.
What size blade (tpi) do you use for cutting inlays from .035 sheet brass with a jewelers saw?
Left over parts????:confused:
If it moves and should not, use duct tape.
If it not move and should, use WD40.:cool:
I use a tubing cutter to mark the rod, file the diameter to almost fit the tip, then I chuck the tip in my cordless drill and run tip onto the...
...or a small cannon.:eek:
Sorry for your loss.
Probably requires disassembly and thorough cleaning, which will also allow inspection for worn parts.
We are not discssing the same thing. I specifically remember seeing a slapped together "mountain rifle" kit that was stained, not sanded or...
If somebody doesn't care what their gun looks like they might as well be shooting a modern plastic stocked piece. One of my pet peeves are...
Throw in moving to another home/shop. I know I have a box of 50+ flints....somewhere.o_O
...from the title I thought this dealt with socks:rolleyes:
How about a piece of plow line tied fore & aft.
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